Sailing from islands to islands in the Caribbean will surely be a heavenly experience. With its turquoise waters, warm tropical breezes and white sand beaches, a yacht charter in the Caribbean will become an unforgettable experience.

• The winter months are the best time to sail

• The waters are calm with many moorings

• Cruises are famous all over the world

• Many islands, coves and isolated islets remain to be discovered

• Many itineraries can be explored

The Caribbean is covered with lush green mountains and surrounded by pristine white sand beaches. It is one of the most beautiful places in the world for cruises. Each island is particular, distinct, the only similarities being green hills with magnificent views and crystal-clear waters that invite you to dive, along the coral reefs or on the many wrecks that harbor a wide variety of multicolored fish.

The high season for the Caribbean is, in general, the winter months, during the Christmas holidays, February and the Easter holidays. It is wise to book well...

Sailing from islands to islands in the Caribbean will surely be a heavenly experience. With its turquoise waters, warm tropical breezes and white sand beaches, a yacht charter in the Caribbean will become an unforgettable experience.

• The winter months are the best time to sail

• The waters are calm with many moorings

• Cruises are famous all over the world

• Many islands, coves and isolated islets remain to be discovered

• Many itineraries can be explored

The Caribbean is covered with lush green mountains and surrounded by pristine white sand beaches. It is one of the most beautiful places in the world for cruises. Each island is particular, distinct, the only similarities being green hills with magnificent views and crystal-clear waters that invite you to dive, along the coral reefs or on the many wrecks that harbor a wide variety of multicolored fish.

The high season for the Caribbean is, in general, the winter months, during the Christmas holidays, February and the Easter holidays. It is wise to book well in advance to get the boat of your choice.

The islands are well served by commercial flights, but you can also use the charter services of private planes. They can serve San Juan, Puerto Rico, or St. Thomas or embark from Martinique to St. Vincent, Union.

The pilots of these planes are extremely accommodating and help you complete customs entry documents to the islands.

Remember that a full day must be spent preparing your trip, supplying and choosing the boat route. You will leave the marina the next morning and begin your exciting journey.

If you prefer a more organized cruise, do not hesitate to ask the services of a professional skipper who will know how to choose anchorages and avoid the numerous coral reefs around the islands. It will allow you to discover the best beaches but also the best restaurants and markets.

You can also use the services of a hostess / cook for the prepration of your meals on board. Attention, depending on the size of your boat this is not always possible.

During the winter period the Alizés winds blow northeastern between 25 and 30 knots and the sailing conditions can be difficult, if you are a beginner, you may want to avoid crossing the canals between the islands.

Many moorings in the Caribbean have mooring systems in place to protect the fragile ecosystem. Depending on the location and time of year, especially during the holiday weeks, arriving at a mid-afternoon anchorage is wise in order to get a place to anchor. Make sure you are familiar with the rules regarding this mode of wetting. Mooring is an additional expense in many places.

During the winter months of November to January: the prevailing wind is from the northeast at 15-20 knots. This allows to sail in pleasant conditions. In winter, the famous "trade winds" can blow at 25-30 knots for several days. From February to June, winds move from northeast to southeast and can reach 10-15 knots.

From July begins the rainy season in the Caribbean. They can occur at any time but they are usually short-lived. The peak of the cyclonic siason is from September to October, although this season is officially from June to November.

The average high temperatures range from 30 to 32 C, the highest being from July to October.

Depending on the duration of your cruise one-way options may be offered. Some examples: Martinique - Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent or Grenada or departure from Saint Lucia to Union or Canouan.

The climate of the Caribbean is tropical with local variations, depending on mountain elevation, water currents, and the trade wind. Temperatures are almost always moderate with very little seasonal variation. Temperatures in the Caribbean are not significantly variable as they range from around 28°C (85°F) in July-August to around 24°C (75°F) in January-February.

 

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Caribbean yacht charter reviews : 5 out of 5 based on 1 rating. 1 user reviews.
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This place is paradise! I love the Caribbean, I've been sailing around for the last decade and never felt bored. Cheers fellow sailors. Max Watson

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